Bass Pro Shops XPS Z9R Mini Swimbaits

   

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Bluegill

Bluegill

4"

7/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
MZ9R-50
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  • SKU: 1654108

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XXX Shad

XXX Shad

4"

7/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
MZ9R-53
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  • SKU: 1654109

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Green Gizzard Shad

Green Gizzard Shad

4"

7/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
MZ9R-67
  • $11.99

  • SKU: 1654110

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Baby Bass

Baby Bass

4"

7/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
MZ9R-71
  • $11.99

  • SKU: 1654111

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Rainbow Trout

Rainbow Trout

4"

7/16 oz.

1

Buoyancy:
Sinking

Hook Size:
4

Model:
MZ9R-72
  • $11.99

  • SKU: 1654112

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Get hooked on the realistic swimming action of the Mini-Z9R! Our Bass Pro Shops® XPS Z9R Mini Swimbaits is loaded with high-quality components for top performance in the water, all topped off by a premium finish for bass-baiting realism that can't be beat. Unique bristle-style fin and tail create a lifelike look, feel, and action. Better hold on tight!

  • Get hooked on the realistic swimming action of the Mini-Z9R
  • Loaded with high-quality components for top performance
  • Unique bristle-style fin and tail create a lifelike look, feel, and action
  • Topped off by a premium finish for bass-baiting realism
  • For even more action remove the rear hook
Bass Pro Shops XPS Z9R Mini Swimbaits 3.7 5 35 35
give it more of a chance I bought this thing as a joke to show people but my buddy talked me into using it and i couldnt be happier. I caught so many bass from 2plds to 5. They say it swims better when you take the back hook off which is true but you'll miss more fish. Some people say it swims with no action, but think of when a baitfish doesn't see the bass it doesnt let off a lot of comotion. A great retreive is to work it kinda like a jerkbait or stop and go. People just need to fish it more. December 8, 2012
Good Swimbait I got the XPS Z9R Mini Swimbait in the Shad color for my dad. We've only been able to use it once and that was at a little public pond called Dolese. We were out there for about an hour and a half with the fish jumping the whole time but none would bite it. Not sure if it was because it is repulsive to fish or they just weren't hungry. This swimbait looked very realistic in the water! It's tail action is magnificent! The only complaint I have is that when you go to cast it out it might get tangled with the line. But I guess that happens with all lures! I will definately try my luck with it again. November 26, 2012
xps z9r swimbaits i have this lure and i have used it a few times and i got no fish it swims like a piece of wood no matter how i try to retrive it fast slow or twitch or even a moderate retrive gets me no action. its durable and thats about it. also its cost is high. July 31, 2012
excellent I used teh XPS Z9R mini swimbait this weekend for the first time and got alot of enjoyment using it. It has really great swimming action and it's easy to use. This is a great bait and i'm ready to catch a big one using it! April 16, 2012
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I have had the best luck casting it in shallow water to maybe 15 ft and letting it hit bottom and rip it fast and slow it just depends how the fish are reacting to the conditions.
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This bait can be burned but i suggest burn it a couple of feet and stop it and add a few twitches to make it look like somethings wrong. also burning it makes it have a little bit of action in the tail kinda like a stiff softbody swimbait. so give it a couple of twitches and that should fire'em up.
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I cast it an reel it back in slowly. Sometimes i'll give it a little jerk. The bass seem to like that.
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i reel slow with a small jerking motion, not too much and it works great.
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I have caught a few on them. I don't have to beat the bass out of the boat, though.
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Yes many times. From Largemouth Bass to Snakeheads. Works great
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Ive caught everything from 6inch bass to 6pound bass.
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Yes, a ton of bass and the realistic action it has will even make big bluegill and catfish hit it.
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Of course I've caught things with this! Bass really take it hard core and never let go.
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yes i have caught bass pike and smallies. different method are great to use. i feel a stop and go jerking method is the best.
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Yes many bass. Sometimes 10 or 16 at a time
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I wouldn't use weight - it would alter the action. they do sell lead tape that can be put on any bait. You may also solder some lead on the bottom of the bait.
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I don't use a weight. I just let it swim naturally.Fish are usually looking up for food anyway.
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I've used the baby bass and gizzard shad and caught a ton of fish. I'm sure the bluegill pattern would work just as well
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Best I have seen is the bass or rainbow trout.
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baby bass or shad
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Black&White
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Something in the Perch or Shad color has worked for me. Firetiger is also a good one.
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A good alround color is the Bluegill because bluegills are a good bait source to bass around the country unlike trout or shad.
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I like 53 XXX SHAD and 67 GREEN
GIZZARD SHAD
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They typically don't hold at any depth. the more line you let out, the deeper - They go down anywhere from 5-10 feet.
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These baits are slow sinkers. Whatever depth you let them sink to will be you retrieving depth.
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